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Brownhill School
Heights Lane, OL12 0PZ, UK Rochdale
+44 (0)1706 648990


Brownhill is a small specialist school which caters for pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties who have found it difficult to achieve their full potential in the mainstream sector.

The School tolerates a wide variety of behaviours but does not accept them as inevitable and unchangeable. The individual’s behaviours will be prioritised and through planned intervention and adherence to the rewards and sanctions in the Behaviour Policy, ensure that the consequences to behaviour are specific and limited.

All systems, teaching and management of the school focus on the promotion, establishment and internalisation of socially acceptable and appropriate behaviours. Through an individualised approach in a consistent, caring and supportive environment each pupil will be given opportunities to encourage them to develop their skills, qualities and self-esteem. With this positive behaviour management each pupil will be empowered as their confidence, ability and self-control is enhanced.

Children are encouraged to develop appropriate behaviour patterns. There is a warm caring attitude in adult-child relationships together with individual/ group tutorials and the systematic use of incentives. Children are dealt with as individuals and this facilitates pastoral care.


  • To enhance the self-esteem of all pupils.
  • To develop academic achievement, skills, creativity, imagination, initiative and individuality in all pupils.
  • To promote a caring community which respects the contributions and values of all sections of society.
  • To involve pupils and parents/ carers in the educative process and build a successful partnership between home and school.
  • To prepare pupils for adult life.


Brownhill is committed to offering students a differentiated curriculum, based on developing individual ability the most appropriate way possible.

The Primary Curriculum consists of the National Curriculum core subjects, English, Maths and Science. English is taught using the literacy strategy and Maths is taught using the Numeracy strategy. Science is taught using a thematic approach as are all foundation subjects. ICT is used throughout the curriculum rather than as an isolated subject.

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